|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Plant Anatomy *||BL 216||4||2||3||6|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Prof. Dr. Necattin TÜRKMEN|
Introducing the basic anatomical structure of the plants on cell, tissue and organ basis and showing the differences between plant groups.
Classification of cells, organism, ontogenesis and endosymbiosis theories, Cell anatomy, cell wall, primer and secondary walls, cell wall thickenings, passage types, intercellular spaces, cytological features of meristems, their origins and their presence in plants, cambium and periscal tissues in secondary thickening Structure and functions of epidermis cells, functions of stomata in shape, structure and plants, trichomes (hair without secretory feathers and secretory features), structure and functions of lentis, basic tissues Structure of parenchyma system and its functions, Classification of basic parenchyma cells according to their functions, Mechanical system (supportive tissues), Absorption system (formation and tissues working in absorption); Anatomical structure and properties of root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit and seeds.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Explain the basic concepts and principles in biology
The knowledge gained in the field of biology combine with information from other sciences.
Identifies problems in the field of biology and apply methods for their solution
Describes the method of producing scientific knowledge in the field of biology
They will receive information on the biology area, in order to classify it uses and purposes.
They use advanced theoretical and practical knowledge that obtain in biology field.
They are Field-related issues can inform the relevant persons and institutions, They share ideas and problems relating to suggestions as the written, oral and Visual to expert or transfer to non-experts.
They can take responsibility as individuals and team members to solve unpredictable problems encountered in applications related to the field.
they can take an active role as a member of the execution team the planning of projects related to the field.
They know that life-long learning process and act accordingly.
They will increase the knowledge and experience outside major issues with specific elective courses in different fields of biology.
They speak English enough to communicate with colleagues to understand the basic concepts of biology.
They both with colleagues, as well as areas with non-person establishes ethical uses of information and communication technology. In addition to professional development, in line with the interests and abilities of scientific, social, constantly improves
They assesses developments in biology versatile using scientific methods and techniques
They know the importance of personal development and enforces the need.
|1||Development of plant parts, arrangement of internal structures of plants||Reading|
|2||Classification of wall plates, wall chemical composition||Reading|
|3||Meristems and their classification; The root of the leaves and branch, the reproductive body, and the root.||Reading|
|4||Vascular cambium and its place, root and life. Seasonal changes in cambium.||Reading|
|5||Epidermis and its place in the plant, its root and its life span, the structures coming from the epidermis||Reading|
|6||Parenkima, collenmaima, sclerankima, habitats, root and life span||Reading|
|7||Ksilem, floem; Plant location, root and life span, angiosperm and gymnosperm wood and floem.||Reading|
|9||Secretion system, internal and external secretion system||Reading|
|11||Root and its characteristics, change according to plant types||Reading|
|12||Body and characteristics, change according to plant types||Reading|
|13||Leaf and its characteristics, change according to plant types||Reading|
|14||Flowers, fruits and seeds||Reading|
|15||A general repeat and final exam||Reading|
|Recommended or Required Reading|